Vienna is a city with many facets. The first thing that visitors notice is the striking baroque architecture and its monumental edifices, a testament to the Habsburg dynasty which ruled over the city, however scratching the surface reveals a much younger and more dynamic city, characterised by its developing music and cultural scene. The city is packed with attractions to suit all types of tourists and boasts fifty theatres, four opera houses and one-hundred museums. Those looking for peace and relaxation can take advantage of the abundance of green spaces or venture into the city’s very own National Park, which stretches between Vienna and Bratislava. When is comes to food and drink visitors are not short of options, from the popular coffee-houses to the taverns and restaurants, Vienna has something to suit all budgets.